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Lonely Cowboy

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Lonely Cowboy

I'm Just a Lonely Cowboy
I Ride the Range at Night
The Thoughts I Have of You
Could Set a Herd to Fright

You Took All of My Money
It Wasn't Very Fair
I Sure Did Love Ya, Honey
With Your Golden Yellow Hair

Your Eyes Were Blue and Innocent
Your Lily White Hands So Small
I Thought I Was a Big Man
At Least Nine and a Half Feet Tall

Well, You Took Me down a Peg or Two
Just the Other Night
When I Caught You with 'Old Cody
And We Had a Hell of a Fight

He Came out the Winner
Of Course I Knew He Would
It Didn't Change a Thing
You Just Weren't Any Good

You're a User and Abuser
Of Every Kind of Man
I Just Wish I'd Known it
I'd Have Never Touched Your Hand

So I'll Count Myself Real Lucky
To Be Away from You
You Got Me and I Learned
Good Women Are Very Few

I'm Just a Lonely Cowboy
And I Ride the Range at Night
But I'm Glad That I Found out
Some Women Aren't Worth the Fight

And If I Find a Woman 
That Will Treat Me Fair and Right
I'll Ride That Lonesome Range
And Have Good Thoughts of Her All Night

Connie Moore
August 11, 1992

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